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So, I'm working on my Commander and his bodyguard and I thought to myself; I like this weapon combo, but what if I need something else?
My question to the masses is, does anyone know a a way to secure the weapons and/or support systems to the body without glueing them?
I had an idea to drill a small hole in the shoulder and make a screw on setup, I would then buy extra arms and outfit them with different weapons. The problem with that is I would then have an exposed nut on the outside that would ruin the model.
I'm sure someone out there has solved this problem, please help!!
I once played a space wolf player and he drilled a hole in each of his dreadnaughts arms and put some magnets in them. This made them interchangeable and they were more durable.
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magnets and steel. and just do the weapons, it saves money
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Hi, i have 6 Crisis battle suits in my tau army and have aways used totaly interchanchable weapons.
its a very simple technique.
paint the suit.
paint the variouse weapons
take the weapon and stick it in the slot.
it requires no extra work and works very well.
obviously in a long game they might come out if you knock the model but they are very strong joints, as there is friction between the two layers of paint.
try to use silly putty but not the modeling putty